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REFERENCES [1] Felski A., Jaskólski K., Application of AIS Position Report to determinate Reliability Positioning Information of DGPS in area of the VTS ‘Gulf of Gdansk’, ‘European Journal of Navigation’, 2014, Vol. 12, No. 1. [2] Felski A., Jaskólski K., Banyś P., Comprehensive Assessment of Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data Application to Anti-collision Manoeuvring, ‘The Journal of Navigation’, 68, pp. 697–717, The Royal Institute of Navigation 2015. [3] IALA, Guide to the Availability and Reliability of Aids to Navigation, International Association of

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The paper pertains to matters related to the quantification of functional availability of military vehicles, with reference to exploitation intensity and reliability aspects. The conducted exploitation research paved the way for elaborating methods of determining functional availability for military vehicles, in particular focusing on exploitation intensity and reliability. The essential research was conducted using the developed mathematical model based on the probabilistic, stochastic Markov process, which allowed modelling the process of changes in the exploitation states of military vehicles. In the course of the research, which enabled the authors to estimate the functional availability value, four-layered probes of the military vehicles were used (different types and makes), from the second exploitation phase, with varied mileage from the beginning of the exploitation and average mileage per year.

REFERENCES [1] Banyś P., Engler E., Heymann F., Noack T., Timestamp Discrepancies in Multisensor NMEA Environment during Survey Voyage, ‘Scientific Journal of Maritime Unversity of Szczecin’, 2013, 36(108). [2] Felski A., Jaskólski K., Application of AIS Position Report to determinate Reliability Positioning Information of DGPS in area of the VTS ‘Gulf of Gdansk’, ‘European Journal of Navigation’, 2014, Vol. 12, No. 1. [3] Felski A., Nowak A., Woźniak T., Accuracy and availability of EGNOS — results of observations, ‘Artifficial Satellites’, 2011, Vol. 46, No. 3